Have you ever posted a link to one of your hubs on Facebook?
If so, what kind of results did it get?
Yes, I have posted many with varying results. In my first months at HubPages it got me a large percentage of my views. I think it's good as long as you don't overdo it.
I really don't know what the results were. I only recently started posting my hubs there because HP was posting other writers hubs on my feed.
I prefer just posting my author profile for HP and for Amazon Kindle.
If you post it in a group in which members are particularly interested in the subject matter, it can get significant traffic. I've done this and those hubs got much traffic from Facebook. I've shared some hubs on my own wall, and it sometimes received a lot of traffic also; again, especially from those particularly interested in the subject; so, you have to understand the audience.
I only write a hub about once a month. I'm not worried about over posting so every article publish gets posted to facebook, twitter and pin it. Seems to help get good traffic.
I have not done it myself but some other hubbers posted few of my hubs at FB. It sometimes gets good response but not always. Facebook has different kind of members. People just scan through the wall, or they are interested in seeing photographs. I do not think they spend enough time in reading a hub.
I link every one of my Hubs to my Facebook page, and I have no idea due to back linking to many different websites I have an account on and that allows it. Most my views come from Google due to my back linking increasing my rank on Google.
I routinely post my hubs to facebook, but I make sure that it's ones that I know my friends would be interested in. I don't want to spam their wall everytime I publish a hub.
If your friends repost hubs it can definitely help traffic.
I've also had other hubbers post on their facebook which is a pleasant traffic booster too.
I have posted several links of my hubs onto facebook. It has gotten a lot of nods and some great feedback. Also, it has given me some more traffic.
Pretty much every hub I'v write I link to Facebook unless it is meant mostly for my fellow hubbers. Sometimes this returns good results, but you really need an extra interesting topic to get many views from Facebook. Broaden your chances by directing your friends from all the social sites you visit to your hub page.
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